Eleventh Circuit Affirms Unsealing of Exhibits That Contain “Inadvisable Hot Takes” and Takes Aim at Abuse of Trendy “(Cleaned Up)” Parenthetical

In Callahan v. United Network for Organ Sharing, No. 20-13932 11th Cir. Nov. 17, 2021), the panel affirms a district court’s decision to unseal exhibits filed in support of a preliminary motion. A consortium of individuals, hospitals, and universities (the hospitals) sued to enjoin a Health and Human Services regulation changing the formula for allocatingContinue reading “Eleventh Circuit Affirms Unsealing of Exhibits That Contain “Inadvisable Hot Takes” and Takes Aim at Abuse of Trendy “(Cleaned Up)” Parenthetical”

Seventh Circuit Refuses to Seal Opinion That Discloses Sensitive Medical Information

In Mitze v. Saul, No. 19-3212 (7th Cir. July 31, 2020) (per curiam), the Seventh Circuit reminds litigants that only extraordinary circumstances justify the sealing of a judicial opinion, and that preventing the disclosure of personal medical information alone is insufficient. In 2013, the plaintiff filed an action appealing the denial of Social Security benefits;Continue reading “Seventh Circuit Refuses to Seal Opinion That Discloses Sensitive Medical Information”